How to interpret the statistics on this table? WEIBULL MODEL

I am confused about how to interpret the statistics on the attached table.

It says "probability of progresing to AIDS or death" by year... Can anyone tell if this is the cumulative probabilty of death? Or the probability of dying in that single given year? Finally, is this number per 10,000 people, or what?

Thank you very much.

http://www.epi.bris.ac.uk/art-cohort/AIDS%202007%2021%201185%20ART-CC%20Cumulative%20prob%20progression%201-5%20years.doc


AIDS-2007-21-1185-ART-CC-Cumulat.doc
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ozoConnect With a Mentor Commented:
It looks to me like cumulative per 100
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oleberCommented:
of course that everyone is going to open a doc file risking to catch a virus.

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neopolitanConnect With a Mentor Commented:
It is cumulative probability, ie the number dying from the disease from the start point to that year. The number is in percentage.
(it is given in the article itself- read para 5 of results section).
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